|Bottom of the Ocean||600 Bells|
|8.95 inches||Small, stationary|
|Time of year||Time of day|
|June to September||All day|
|Scientific name||Caulerpa lentillifera|
|Regional names|| Vite di mare |
Algue raisin de mer
Uva de mar
- "I got some sea grapes! See? Grapes!" —New Leaf
Sea grapes are a benthic animal found at the bottom of the sea. It is indicated by a medium circular shadow that does not move along the ocean floor. Diving is the only way of capturing it.
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In New Leaf
"Sea grapes are small spheres attached to slender stems on branches, similar to normal grapes. However, despite looking like and being called "grapes," they aren't much like the land-based variety. They grow in warm oceans and are very susceptible to cold conditions, meaning refrigeration is difficult."
- Main article: Sea grapes on Wikipedia
Sea grapes (also called green caviar) is a type of seaweed. The name sea grapes also refers to many sea plants, like Coccoloba or Ephedra. Relatives have one of the biggest single cells on Earth. Also, these beautiful specimens can be found at Tropical America, including Florida, the Caribbean and nearby islands
The sea grapes species known in Animal Crossing is widely used in sushi, usually eaten raw with vinegar, as a snack or in a salad throughout Japan.